Hockey Instructor / Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Jonathan moved to Virginia shortly after graduating from SUNY Geneseo where he played Division III hockey for the Ice Knights. His resume includes State Championships in both New York and Massachusetts, three USA Hockey National Championship appearances, three Select USA Hockey Player Development Camps (Under-15, 16, and 17), and a trip to the 2014 NCAA D-III Hockey Final Four. Coach Jonathan is interested in giving lessons to all levels of skaters and hockey players. He currently serves as the Assistant Coach of the P-Pats U15 HP team and is the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the program as well.
Hockey Instructor/Head Junior Coach
Zachary will be entering his third year with the Patriots, coming to Potomac after serving as the assistant coach for the inaugural 2016-17 Stevenson University NCAA men's hockey team. Prior to Stevenson, Zachary played professionally in the France Division I League for the Neuilly-sur-Marne Bisons. Prior to playing professionally, Zachary played four seasons for D-III SUNY Geneseo. While with the Ice Knights, he appeared in 109 career games and totaled 126 career points on 50 goals and 76 assists. As a senior, he was named the SUNYAC Player of the Year and a CCM Division II-III Men's Ice Hockey First Team All-American.
Rob House is originally from West Haven, Connecticut. He grew up playing Tier II hockey for West Haven as well as Tier I hockey for the Connecticut Wolves AAA program. Rob played 4 years for LaSalle University in ACHA Division III as a goalie. After graduating college, he began coaching after moving to Northern Virginia. Rob has coached for 10 years, is a USA Hockey Level 4 certified coach and is currently the Lead Squirt Coach for the Potomac Patriots Youth Hockey Club. He is available to work with goaltenders and skaters, especially those looking to make the jump to travel hockey.
Jennifer has been playing organized hockey since early childhood in Northern New York State. Played on all boys team until second year Pee-Wee level then transferred to all girls team. In 1992, her Midget Girls team won the New York State Championship who went on to compete in Nationals in Duluth, MN. As a Junior in high school, chosen to participate in the Girls 17 select USA Hockey Player Development Camp held in St. Cloud, MN. In the late 1990's into the early 2000's, Captained the Prince William Wildcats, as part of the Mid-Atlantic Women's Hockey League. Took a leave of absence to raise a family, now has a 5 year-old daughter who participates in the Learn to Play Hockey program at the Ice Center..
Nick LeVasseur is from Pittsburgh, Pa where he began to skate at the age of 2. He played all of his amateur hockey as well as his high school career. Nick then went on to play ACHA D1 hockey at West Virginia University from 1999-2002. After college Nick began his coaching with his father in Pittsburgh, he then quickly moved up to a level four coach and took over the head coaching role for the Hampton Talbots high school team. Where his teams won 4 championship during his 6 years of coaching at Hampton.
Nick is now a PE teacher for Prince William County Schools and lives locally with his wife Jen and two daughters Mady and Bree.
Kris has been playing organized hockey since early childhood in Eastern Pennsylvania. After taking some time off after high school to serve his country as US Marine for 10 years. Kris has been coaching the past 3 years with the Prince William Hockey Club and Potomac Patriots Junior Hockey program. He has 9-year old who participates in the Learn to Play Hockey program at the Ice Center and is a goalie for the 10U/Squirt team for the Potomac Patriots. Coach Kris is interested and available to instruct at all levels of skaters and hockey players.